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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 7, 1912)
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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Published by the Student Publlca
tlon Hoard of Mm University of No
Editor HKARDE F. HOLMES
Managing 111 tor KARDK H TAYLOR
Associate Fdltor . .F ('. M'CONNKU,
Associate Editor... HURTON S. HIM-
Manager ('. C. BUCHANAN
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.DEO HRFION I ( "' '" """" '" "" ' '
C II Frey. florlHt. 1133 O St. tf
Hojd Piintmg Co , 11!.". No ll!th St
"Heine" W'eller, I'.tio, spent Sunday
at the I). II. house
llavo CnivcH print It for jou
Not tli Eleventh St
Should have their Clothes Made to Order
We have the finest fabrics and make the best fitting clothes in
Lincoln. Spring and Summer Suits
$15.00 and up
RLODEEIN Sc BRETHO.UMER
merchontTollors: 129 So. 1 1 1 It St.
Maud Rirklev, mil. of Nebraska'
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. $2.00 PER YEAR
Payable In Advance.
Slna'o Copies, 6 CenU Each.
Ted Marrlner. Cleaner and Hatter,
!.-. No 11th.
Telephone: Auto 1888.
Might Phones Auto 188H; Editor, Auto
10J5; Manager, Auto 1821.
Kiit.i.'.l at tlio p.iMti.tlleo at Lincoln.
Ni-I.i unit... iih Hiioii.l class mall mattci.
unih'i tins Act of I'liiifcii-HS of Maicli 3.
TUESDAY MAY 7, I'.Mli
Ea Ijunbert hay returned fioni
Crand I.sland. where she spent Sunday
(ieorgn BroH , expert prlnterH, en
gravers and embossers, 13th and N.
E'er the sun appears tomorrow,
With no thought of ".ams" and Bor
row, The laws will early rise;
Then, with song, and cheer and shout
We'll give warning of our outing
Does this put jou wise'.'
We'e cliaiteied cats to ride in,
And to the Reach we'll spin,
Hah' lor the jo that's near;
We'll roast a beef upon the "spicket"
llae jou bought a ticket ?
If not, get one I Ight here
Our dean will gie us lengthy spiel
At Doc's bum jokes well squeal,
Oh what a deuce of a time'
There'll be a lot of games and sport,
And we'll hae no fear of case or
Just take It from our rhyme
And when the sun has gone to rest,
'Neath the sluurows of the west.
We'll hop a car for town,
Then gladly to our cases we'll bo
To try for grades most excellent;
The other dajs we're 'round
LACK OF TIME FATAL.
Owing to the lack of that most alu
abb' asset, time, the law editoiial staff
decided at the eleenth hour that it
would not put out today's edition.
The press of business, together with
thu innumerable arrangements neces
sary for the Barbecue prevented them
from giving the time to literary In
spiration, so they turned the Issue
over to the regular staff The law
scribes want it known, however, that
thoy hae not given up the Idea of a
law number altogether, that they will
perpetrate one in the near future, and
that It will be something startling
The pride of the law school pre
vents them from producing anything
which the forestry or engineering col
legea can eiual, hence they have de
elded to wait and work
The music from the Dictator will
be on sale at the Rag olllce today, 11
to 11:30 and 3 to f..
ILiiracolo Hotel Eddie Walt
May HO, 19112 Tickets $1.25
Sylvester V Shonka, of Daid Citj.
captain of the 1!U1 football team, was
a campus visitor Monday.
May 1st Is the date when all sub
sciiptions to the Rag should be paid
Are jou still delinquent 7
Mrs. James I,oma foimerlj Miss
I, vie Young, of liiokcn How. spent
Monday at the Delta (lamina house
Agnes Russell, Doi is Wood and
Helen Sorenson hae returmd liom
their homes In Omaha, where the
spent the week end
New Shipment Just Arrived
Get One Before They Are All Gone
The University Book Store
340 North 11th Street
Ivy Day May 22, 1912. Inter-class'
field and track meet. Medals awarded
to the winners. Freshmen are especi
ally urged to compete.
Do you want a 1912 Cornhusker? If
so, don't wait 'till all are gone. Order
now, at Cornhusker office.
HARRY B. COFFEE,
Subscribers to the Rag have had
three months since Tag Day to pay
their subscriptions Please pay up at
Thornburg's Orchestra Auto H 12 T. f r.
SCRIHNER'S MAOA'INK SIT!
SCRII'TION SOl.K ITORS easily
eain Liberal Commissions, also can
pick up extra prl.e money. For full
particulars regarding commissions,
prizes, free advertising matter, sam
ple copies, address Desk C, 1 Ef
Fifth Avenue, New York City.
(TT Three months to pay
if your "lag Subscription
ZACow is the Time
Editor's Note We ask our readeis
to bear in mind the fact that the task
of putting out today's paper was rude
ly thrust upon us at the last minute
after the staff had decided to take a
day off, and to read with forbearance
Y. JW.C A.
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For your orchestra call O. L. Jones.
Dinner 1Ji30 to li30 1C.
Supper Si30 to 7i30 XtJL
Also Cafeterlan Styl
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A $2.00 Hat
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